March 18, 2009

Cleverly Untitled

My house guests are gone. It was fun while it lasted. The grandparents managed to spoil us rotten and we have enough treats to last us the next 87 years or so. So, love you, miss you, see you _____ . (I can't put a date because well, there's no plans to go out anytime soon. In fact, when asked, I said I'll be out whenever someone dies.... at least I'm honest)

In other news, for our last day, we headed up to Baltimore and went to the aquarium. We can go all the time now because we have a year pass. Because the difference in price for a DAY pass versus a YEAR pass was FIVE DOLLARS... seriously. Way to rate National Aquarium.

In OTHER other news, I WILL BE THIN IF IT KILLS ME.

Today I did some Pilates, a Power 90 DVD, and I plan on walking/jogging later today. I say walk/jog because it still hurts if I jog but a girl can try, right?

Sidenote - do you know how uncomfortable it is to run when your belly is taped up? It gets itchy and sweaty, but withOUT the taping, you can't jog at all because it HURTS LIKE HELL. I'm still not convinced that things have shifted in
to their permanent positions yet. I swear that I can feel an empty space where my uterus used to be. Any hyster-sisters care to comment on that?

Because at least if I die, I will do it while earning my "smoking hot" status. Currently, I think I'm in the "pretty face" category of things which is completely unacceptable.... IF IT KILLS ME, PEOPLE.






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12 comments:

  1. hahaha i totally understand the drawings!! me to me to!! lol

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  2. Just KIDS have done that to me! I'm trying, though... Slow and steady wins the race, right? ... Right?!?

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  3. I wish I could blame my children for my weight. They only get part of the blame.

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  4. Sometimes life just isn't fair! No, wait, that's not true. Very often, life isn't fair. That's more like it . . .

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  5. for funerals AND weddings
    mce

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  6. I never had any idea how lasting a surgery like this can be!!

    And you will be skinny in no time.

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  7. Glad you made it to the aquarium--and season passes are the best! The Inner Harbor is lots of fun during the spring/summer--you can take boat tours around the harbor, they often have military boats you can explore, and it's generally just a fun, busy place. They also have a children's museum that's supposed to be really fun. And if you didn't find the fudge factory this time, look for it the next. They do engaging (and musical) fudge-making demonstrations.

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  8. Autoimmune problems suck! Good luck with your jogging.

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  9. LOL!!! sorry don't mean to laugh but you're funny...but i hear ya...the multiple kid thing... completely destroys everything in its path... i'm running w/ ya!

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  10. I still feel that empty space (along with phantom pains) where my uterus used to be. I am going on 6 years. I am still SO glad I had it evicted.

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  11. I am so impressed with your determination girl!!

    and I love that your mom just clarified that weddings require a cross continent flight too. :)

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  12. I apprecite your honesty...even though I hope nobody dies.

    I admire your exercise regimen...espeically because it can be itchy, sweaty or painful.

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